About this blogThis blog supported UKOLN's IWMW 2011 which was held at the University of Reading 26-27 July 2011.
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In bringing IWMW11 to a close, Brian Kelly invited a number of web managers to share their experiences and reflect on what the event and the community had contributed to their professional practices… Milly Shaw from the University of Sunderland … Continue reading
In the final instalment of our series of IWMW11 take aways, Chris Gutteridge from the University of Southampton gives us a succinct summary of what he has taken away from the event… View this video on Vimeo.
Paul Walk from UKOLN introduced us to the idea of the strategic developer and the work of the DevCSI project to foster innovation through local developers in order to create an environment in which strategic developers can emerge to benefit … Continue reading
Dave Challis from the University of Southampton describes his IWMW11 take aways for us in this short video interview… View this video on Vimeo.
Paul Wise from the Aberystwyth University gives us his light-hearted reflections on IWMW11 in this short video interview… View this video on Vimeo.
Martin Hamilton walked the audience through key lessons derived from his experience leading the Google Apps implementation at Loughborough University and the Google Apps for Education UK User Group, and subsequently co-authoring an institutional Web 2.0 good practice guide. “ … Continue reading
In his almost obligatory annual video interview for IWMW, Miles Banbery from the University of Kent reflects on the quality of the sessions at this year’s IWMW and discusses the length of his take away list… View this video on … Continue reading
Following on the theme of search, Professor Melius Weideman from Cape Peninsula University presented his findings following a study of UK HEI websites from the perspective of a search engine crawler. “ Weideman: Usability and visibility are the two motivating … Continue reading